Website projects are like weddings.
- They’re expensive
- They’re stressful
- They don’t come along that often – we hope!
- We really need them to go well
- They can make our daily lives so much better
When I meet a new website project client, I can sense the weight of the project bearing down on them.
I understand. Leading your organization into a website project is as exciting as it is stressful. So much can go wrong… but so much can go right!
I’ve seen all kinds of nonprofit leaders succeed at launching their new website.
It doesn’t matter how small (or big) your team is, how small (or big) your budget is, what your timeline is, or whether you’ve ever launched a website before!
As the website project leader, your role is to provide insight, make decisions and serve as a leader for your team and your vendor.
What can you do to get ready for the redesign?
In February, I’m headed to the Communications and Technology Conference in Minneapolis, MN. I’m leading a training called “Ready for the Redesign: Website Analytics for Decision-Makers”.
If you can’t make it in person, no worries.
I’m also leading the training as a free online webinar!
But first I need your help.
Tell me about your organization, your website and the questions that you have going into your redesign project →
Your answers will help me shape the Ready for the Redesign training to make it as helpful as possible.
As a thank you for helping me and the rest of the nonprofit community, you’ll receive a ticket to the webinar training!
P. S. If your nonprofit is considering a new website this year…
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